Friday, June 28, 2013

How to Save Money on Towing

Nobody likes to be stranded with a vehicle problem. The only thing worse than the problem itself is dealing with the costs and frustration of towing in San Francisco. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to save money on your towing services and ensure a more stress-free experience. You don’t always need to tow your vehicle and there may be a better option.
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Affordable Roadside Assistance

Roadside assistance is typically an affordable way to get your vehicle back on the road in no time. This is a far more convenient option that can avoid the hassle of towing and picking up your vehicle.

Your towing company of choice should be able to offer a number of roadside assistance services that will save you money and provide you with honest services and information. Oftentimes, taking your vehicle to an auto repair shop will not result in an honest evaluation. The repair shop may be trying to make a sale. A towing company, on the other hand, has no incentive to tow your vehicle if they can just provide a quick fix on the spot.

Comprehensive Towing Services

Call a local towing company so that they don’t need to travel far with your vehicle. Choosing one towing company that can meet any and all of your towing needs can save you time and money in the long run. Your chosen towing company should be able to offer the following complete selection of towing services:

• Roadside assistance
• Dead battery services
• Lock out services
• Gas delivery services
• Flat tire repair
• Emergency towing services

What to Ask Your Towing Company

If you are calling for towing in San Francisco, inquire about roadside assistance. Some auto insurance companies and auto memberships will already provide this service or can reimburse you for the charges. Call your insurance company or membership to determine what is covered in your plan. It is best to also call your towing company as soon as you can to find out what services they offer and what they charge so that you have the information you need upfront.

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